Christopher Narloch had been teaching piano for a number of music schools in Chicago before opening up his own studio full time. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in May of 2010, receiving a MM in Music Performance with a specialization in Piano Pedagogy. He also taught undergraduate class piano at BGSU as a teaching assistant and maintained a studio of 20 private piano students at the Perrysburg Music Center. He graduated from Viterbo University, earning a BM in Music Performance with a double-emphasis in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy, as well as a minor in Church Music. He is a member of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and is the newsletter chair of Chicago Area Music Teachers Association (CAMTA). Christopher was president of Bowling Green Ohio Music Teachers Association, a student branch of MTNA. He is Virtus® trained and certified. He is also piano faculty at Sherwood Community Music School, where he teaches group piano and private lessons. In addition to teaching, he is a substitute pianist for a number of churches in Chicago. He accompanies musicians, performs for events, and gives solo recitals throughout the midwest region.